Before making a show for the stage or theater, it needs to be determined whether the show will be a comedy or a drama or something else entirely. Find out how to write a script for a show with help from a professional actor in this free video on theater acting.
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Hi, I'm Richard Rifkin, and I'm sitting here thinking, because our topic here at the Merlin Theater, in Budapest, Hungary today, is how to make a show? Now, are you interested in making a show? Well, great. First of all, what kind of show? Do you want to do a drama, or a comedy? You have to decide that, and where to do this? Well, either a little theater in your community, possibly a community center. You could start with a holiday based show. That would work for you. There's a number of ways you could go. You could even try maybe your local cable channel. Sometimes they have spots, and they'll give you equipment for free, they'll let you have a certain amount of time, you can put something together. You have to decide what kind of show, though. That's important. Possibly, you need a script, so if you can write, great. If not, find someone else that's writing, and get together, collaborate, and put together a short show, and see how it goes for you. I'm sure if you really, really try, and you're even a little bit talented, you're going to do ok, with creating your first show. Good luck. Bye.